Apropiación - segundo periodo - meta 2 - septimo

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1.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Choose the correct word for the definitions.

1 a group of musicians
2.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Choose the correct word for the definitions.

2 people in movies or books:
3.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Choose the correct word for the definitions.

3 a musical performance
4.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Choose the correct word for the definitions.

4 a school subject
5.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Choose the correct word for the definitions.

5 a performance
6.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Choose the correct word for the definitions.

6 a place to perform plays
7.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Do the TV show quiz. Write the correct word.
What sort of TV show …

1 shows talented people who want to be famous?
t______________ s________
8.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Do the TV show quiz. Write the correct word.
What sort of TV show …

2 tells us what is happening in the world?
n___________
9.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Do the TV show quiz. Write the correct word.
What sort of TV show …

3 has famous people talking?

t____________ s________
10.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Do the TV show quiz. Write the correct word.
What sort of TV show …

4 makes us laugh?

s_______________
11.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Do the TV show quiz. Write the correct word.
What sort of TV show …

5 has characters who are drawings?

c____________
12.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Write the correct word.

ALEX What are you reading?
JAY It’s a magazine called Music to your Ears. It’s about inventions and what (1) will / won’t happen in the future.
ALEX Well, one thing is sure. We (2) will / won’t be listening to CDs.
Everyone (3) will / won’t have an MP3 player.
JAY I don’t know. I don’t think things (4) will / won’t change that much. What do you think (5) will / won’t replace MP3 players?
ALEX What do you mean? MP3 players (6) will / won’t be replaced.
JAY That’s what people thought about LPs, and it’s difficult to find those now.
ALEX Well, they might be replaced, but it (7) will / won’t be for a few more years.
JAY I’m not so sure. There (8) will / won’t be another new music invention and everyone (9) will / won’t want one.
ALEX You could be right, but I (10) will / won’t change mine. It’s got all my favorite music on it.



1. _____________
13.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Write the correct word.

ALEX What are you reading?
JAY It’s a magazine called Music to your Ears. It’s about inventions and what (1) will / won’t happen in the future.
ALEX Well, one thing is sure. We (2) will / won’t be listening to CDs.
Everyone (3) will / won’t have an MP3 player.
JAY I don’t know. I don’t think things (4) will / won’t change that much. What do you think (5) will / won’t replace MP3 players?
ALEX What do you mean? MP3 players (6) will / won’t be replaced.
JAY That’s what people thought about LPs, and it’s difficult to find those now.
ALEX Well, they might be replaced, but it (7) will / won’t be for a few more years.
JAY I’m not so sure. There (8) will / won’t be another new music invention and everyone (9) will / won’t want one.
ALEX You could be right, but I (10) will / won’t change mine. It’s got all my favorite music on it.

2. ______________
14.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Write the correct word.

ALEX What are you reading?
JAY It’s a magazine called Music to your Ears. It’s about inventions and what (1) will / won’t happen in the future.
ALEX Well, one thing is sure. We (2) will / won’t be listening to CDs.
Everyone (3) will / won’t have an MP3 player.
JAY I don’t know. I don’t think things (4) will / won’t change that much. What do you think (5) will / won’t replace MP3 players?
ALEX What do you mean? MP3 players (6) will / won’t be replaced.
JAY That’s what people thought about LPs, and it’s difficult to find those now.
ALEX Well, they might be replaced, but it (7) will / won’t be for a few more years.
JAY I’m not so sure. There (8) will / won’t be another new music invention and everyone (9) will / won’t want one.
ALEX You could be right, but I (10) will / won’t change mine. It’s got all my favorite music on it.

3. ______________
15.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Write the correct word.

ALEX What are you reading?
JAY It’s a magazine called Music to your Ears. It’s about inventions and what (1) will / won’t happen in the future.
ALEX Well, one thing is sure. We (2) will / won’t be listening to CDs.
Everyone (3) will / won’t have an MP3 player.
JAY I don’t know. I don’t think things (4) will / won’t change that much. What do you think (5) will / won’t replace MP3 players?
ALEX What do you mean? MP3 players (6) will / won’t be replaced.
JAY That’s what people thought about LPs, and it’s difficult to find those now.
ALEX Well, they might be replaced, but it (7) will / won’t be for a few more years.
JAY I’m not so sure. There (8) will / won’t be another new music invention and everyone (9) will / won’t want one.
ALEX You could be right, but I (10) will / won’t change mine. It’s got all my favorite music on it.

4. ______________
16.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Write the correct word.

ALEX What are you reading?
JAY It’s a magazine called Music to your Ears. It’s about inventions and what (1) will / won’t happen in the future.
ALEX Well, one thing is sure. We (2) will / won’t be listening to CDs.
Everyone (3) will / won’t have an MP3 player.
JAY I don’t know. I don’t think things (4) will / won’t change that much. What do you think (5) will / won’t replace MP3 players?
ALEX What do you mean? MP3 players (6) will / won’t be replaced.
JAY That’s what people thought about LPs, and it’s difficult to find those now.
ALEX Well, they might be replaced, but it (7) will / won’t be for a few more years.
JAY I’m not so sure. There (8) will / won’t be another new music invention and everyone (9) will / won’t want one.
ALEX You could be right, but I (10) will / won’t change mine. It’s got all my favorite music on it.

5_____________________
17.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Write the correct word.

ALEX What are you reading?
JAY It’s a magazine called Music to your Ears. It’s about inventions and what (1) will / won’t happen in the future.
ALEX Well, one thing is sure. We (2) will / won’t be listening to CDs.
Everyone (3) will / won’t have an MP3 player.
JAY I don’t know. I don’t think things (4) will / won’t change that much. What do you think (5) will / won’t replace MP3 players?
ALEX What do you mean? MP3 players (6) will / won’t be replaced.
JAY That’s what people thought about LPs, and it’s difficult to find those now.
ALEX Well, they might be replaced, but it (7) will / won’t be for a few more years.
JAY I’m not so sure. There (8) will / won’t be another new music invention and everyone (9) will / won’t want one.
ALEX You could be right, but I (10) will / won’t change mine. It’s got all my favorite music on it.

6. _____________________
18.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Write the correct word.

ALEX What are you reading?
JAY It’s a magazine called Music to your Ears. It’s about inventions and what (1) will / won’t happen in the future.
ALEX Well, one thing is sure. We (2) will / won’t be listening to CDs.
Everyone (3) will / won’t have an MP3 player.
JAY I don’t know. I don’t think things (4) will / won’t change that much. What do you think (5) will / won’t replace MP3 players?
ALEX What do you mean? MP3 players (6) will / won’t be replaced.
JAY That’s what people thought about LPs, and it’s difficult to find those now.
ALEX Well, they might be replaced, but it (7) will / won’t be for a few more years.
JAY I’m not so sure. There (8) will / won’t be another new music invention and everyone (9) will / won’t want one.
ALEX You could be right, but I (10) will / won’t change mine. It’s got all my favorite music on it.

7. ___________________
19.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Write the correct word.

ALEX What are you reading?
JAY It’s a magazine called Music to your Ears. It’s about inventions and what (1) will / won’t happen in the future.
ALEX Well, one thing is sure. We (2) will / won’t be listening to CDs.
Everyone (3) will / won’t have an MP3 player.
JAY I don’t know. I don’t think things (4) will / won’t change that much. What do you think (5) will / won’t replace MP3 players?
ALEX What do you mean? MP3 players (6) will / won’t be replaced.
JAY That’s what people thought about LPs, and it’s difficult to find those now.
ALEX Well, they might be replaced, but it (7) will / won’t be for a few more years.
JAY I’m not so sure. There (8) will / won’t be another new music invention and everyone (9) will / won’t want one.
ALEX You could be right, but I (10) will / won’t change mine. It’s got all my favorite music on it.

8. ________________
20.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Write the correct word.

ALEX What are you reading?
JAY It’s a magazine called Music to your Ears. It’s about inventions and what (1) will / won’t happen in the future.
ALEX Well, one thing is sure. We (2) will / won’t be listening to CDs.
Everyone (3) will / won’t have an MP3 player.
JAY I don’t know. I don’t think things (4) will / won’t change that much. What do you think (5) will / won’t replace MP3 players?
ALEX What do you mean? MP3 players (6) will / won’t be replaced.
JAY That’s what people thought about LPs, and it’s difficult to find those now.
ALEX Well, they might be replaced, but it (7) will / won’t be for a few more years.
JAY I’m not so sure. There (8) will / won’t be another new music invention and everyone (9) will / won’t want one.
ALEX You could be right, but I (10) will / won’t change mine. It’s got all my favorite music on it.

9. _______________
21.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Write the correct word.

ALEX What are you reading?
JAY It’s a magazine called Music to your Ears. It’s about inventions and what (1) will / won’t happen in the future.
ALEX Well, one thing is sure. We (2) will / won’t be listening to CDs.
Everyone (3) will / won’t have an MP3 player.
JAY I don’t know. I don’t think things (4) will / won’t change that much. What do you think (5) will / won’t replace MP3 players?
ALEX What do you mean? MP3 players (6) will / won’t be replaced.
JAY That’s what people thought about LPs, and it’s difficult to find those now.
ALEX Well, they might be replaced, but it (7) will / won’t be for a few more years.
JAY I’m not so sure. There (8) will / won’t be another new music invention and everyone (9) will / won’t want one.
ALEX You could be right, but I (10) will / won’t change mine. It’s got all my favorite music on it.

10. ______________________
22.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete the sentences with the correct adverbial form of the adjective in parentheses.

1 I’m sorry, but you didn’t do very __________ (good).
23.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete the sentences with the correct adverbial form of the adjective in parentheses.

2. Please speak ______________ (quiet)
24.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete the sentences with the correct adverbial form of the adjective in parentheses.


3. You really shouldn’t speak too _____________ (fast).
25.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Complete the sentences with the correct adverbial form of the adjective in parentheses.

5. She spoke ____________ (rude) to the teacher
26.
2 points
READING

Read the text and choose True or False.

Some facts about soap operas
 Soap operas started on U.S. radio in the 1920s and then moved onto TV in the 1940s.
 In the U.S. in the 1940s, 90% of daytime TV shows were soap operas.
 The name ”soap opera” comes from the ads that they often broadcast during soaps – ads for laundry products and other things you needed to clean your home. The makers of the shows thought that the people who watched soap operas were women working at home.
 In soap operas, the story never ends at the end of an episode. It always continues in the next episode.
 Most soaps follow a group of characters who live or work in one special place. They follow the day-to-day lives of these characters, who are like us, ordinary people – except that soap opera characters are usually more handsome, beautiful, and rich!
 Most soap operas are about love and relationships.
 The U.S. soap opera The Guiding Light started in 1937 and continued until 2009. There are many long-running soaps in other countries too.
 In recent years, TV soaps made in Latin America, India, Great Britain, Australia, and other countries have become popular all over the world.
 The main difference between today’s and yesterday’s soap operas is the use of more exotic locations and unusual storylines nowadays. The recent popular U.S. soap Passions, for example, included a character with magical powers.
 Soap operas are the most popular genre kind of TV drama in the world today.

1. Soaps began about 90 years ago.
27.
3 points
2. These shows are called “soaps” because the stories showed soap and other house-cleaning products
28.
3 points
3. In most soaps, action usually happens in one town or place.
29.
3 points
Soaps were not very popular in the U.S. in the 1940s.
30.
3 points
Storylines today are the same as they were in the past
31.
3 points
LISTENING: Making plans

You will hear a Mary, Sue and John talking making plans for this evening. Choose the correct answer to the questions

1. Where does Mary suggest?
32.
3 points
What does John suggest?
33.
2 points
Where do they decide to go?
34.
2 points
Why can't they take Mary's car?
35.
2 points
Why can't they walk?
36.
2 points
How do they decide to go?
37.
2 points
Which number of bus do they decide to take?

38.
20 points
WRITING:

You are a writer for the school magazine. You have been asked to give a description of your favorite sitcom or TV series and say what you think will happen next. You should also explain why you like this show. (You are expected to write between 70-90 words)